So…we’re a week into November and I’m just getting this wrap up out. Running late this month due to a very busy October with my kids. How did we manage everything pre-COVID?? Love that so many things are ramping back up, but my time management skills do not seem to be what they once were. So here’s a quick wrap up and fingers crossed I do better with time management in November. 😉
- All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda. 5 Stairs. I wasn’t sure how this was going to work – a woman goes missing and then we learn the story in reverse order from Day 15 to Day 1. Great format! Loved the mystery and the characters.
- The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny. 5 Stairs. The latest Inspector Gamache novel did not disappoint. We find ourselves back in the lovely village of Three Pines for this multi-layered mystery.
- A Good Girls Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson. 4 Stairs. An interesting YA cold case mystery with a true crime feel.
- The Santa Suit by Mary Kay Andrews. 4 Stairs. Curl up with a hot cocoa and your favorite blanket and get lost in the magic of Christmas for a few hours.
- The Matzah Ball by Jean Meltzer. 3 Stairs. This was a cute RomCom, I appreciated that the main character suffers from a chronic illness and the story explores that.
- The Guest List by Lucy Foley. 3 Stairs. I wanted to love this one, but I didn’t. It wasn’t bad – it’s a good domestic noir suspense read.
- Death in the Clouds by Agatha Christie. 2.5 Stairs. A classic locked room mystery. I had high hopes, but I found it difficult to keep my attention.
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I am surprised, I didn’t read any nonfiction or memoirs in October! I usually get at least one non-fiction in. What did you read for our first full month of fall? What are your reading plans for November? What should I read? (I’ve already started a few great books!) Sound off in the comments below and enjoy your November reading!